Betty Butterfield's review of the "Passion" directed by Mel Gibson was the most intelligent and suscint review that I have read. Her innate intelligence shows us that she is a pearl of great price, and I hope she is elevated to the heights of Lady Gaga soon.
^^^@San Sargasso i love it. im ignorant and uneducated because i dont find this line of comedy the least bit funny? wow...ok...
^^^@San Sargasso this was supposed to be funny? ive watched comedy from the dumont network to todays stand up and movies and i have never heard of anything so stupid. if this was supposed to be funny it is much much worse than i originally reviewed.
passion of our lord? u just watched it and cant get the name right?
a skepter? wtf is that?
anti-seminetic? wtf is that?
it is based on the New Testament accounts of the arrest, trial, torture, crucifixion, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, events commonly known as The Passion. Know your bible...
and wow...you dont like stereotypes...lol...i find that so ironic.
I've seen several of the "Betty Butterfield" video clips over the past few years, mostly on YouTube. His real name is Chuck Knipp; his characters and humor reminds me of John Candy on SCTV in the '80s.
FYI, here's his bio on Wikipedia:
Reviewer:San Sargasso -
April 6, 2010 Subject:
(1) As you can see, this clip alone has been downloaded over 10,000 times. His other Betty Butterfield clips have been downloaded HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF TIMES on youtube. OBVIOUSLY many people find them to be funny.
(2) Most people who have a high school education understand that comedy is subjective. The fact that you consider yourself to be some sort of arbiter of what is or is not funny is just more evidence that you're uneducated or poorly educated. Nothing wrong with that, but why must you flaunt your ignorance?
LOL WTF you're not getting the joke. He is intentionally mispronouncing words and mixing up details for comic effect. This is a well-known literary device known as "malapropism." Are you a high school dropout or something?
April 3, 2010 Subject:
Feel the Passion